Originally Posted by Fateful_Ikkou
You are by far my favorite person on OCN now.
Thanks! What can I do to become the 2nd and 3rd favorite also?
Originally Posted by Trafalgar
Me or the fans?
Originally Posted by linkdiablo
Great log, but it's better followed from the start otherwise you have a mountain of posts to climb
Your Crimson tubing is self dyed, can you dye components? A custom dyed motherboard and / or cards would be awesome, do you think that's possible?
Almost anything plastic could be dyed, but metal would have to be anodized.
Originally Posted by 3930K
Maybe the heatsinks.
Thanks for the awesome video!
Your welcome! Thanks for directing it!
Originally Posted by Quest99
Haha...Just saw the video! (couldn't see the link via my Ipad) I gotta give it to you, you have a lot of courage doing what you did. I would have been scared to scratch them after all that hard work.
I thought about that....but they are actually fairly hardy with the many light coats of paint. Small surface scratches don't make it all the way to the base. But it was kind of fun to do. And.....he googleplex^googleplex dog dared me. I'm not gonna say no to that!
My yt? How did you find that link? You won't find that one linked on the website anymore. That is the company I resigned from after the "contractual dispute". But...it left me in great shape for time and money to do a great build this summer.
Originally Posted by BlazinJoker
I think you'd have to paint the different parts of the motherboard, don't think dying them would work. Chris you should do what TTL did to his ROG Extreme III and change the color of the pci slots and memory slots. Just a thought
Anything that shows....will be considered for customization. With memory and PCI slots though...they end up being completely covered if you are using them all. So I'll just have to see.
Originally Posted by bruflot
Weeeell.. TTL didn't really do it himself, he gave it to the "local GKN" where they had to desolder and solder everything that had to be painted.
Not sure I would trust myself to desolder any motherboard parts....but when I get the board I'll be giving it a thorough overview to see what I feel comfortable doing. By the way....I'm going to be getting the Asrock Extreme 11 when it is released. Once the heatsinks are removed....it really doesn't have any colors. So it doesn't clash with build colors. I may need to do something with all of the 'gold' capacitors though.